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Sun

04

Nov

2018

Choice

A family member forgot to set up a weekly visit with me. I got angry (an expression of pain).

 

I could just as easily have accepted that they forgot, didn't and won't apologize, decide that I'm worthy in my eyes (no matter what), release that they won't meet my expectation and know that it is not my burden. In other words, I could just as easily choose contentment through acceptance.

 

I am still choosing anger, aka, my pain.

 

We can take any experience we have and choose the pain or accept that it is and then it was. Acceptance of the 'what is', is key for it to become 'then it was'.

 

We can decide how we feel about it, what we will focus on in the experience (pain or understanding self/others) and whether we will continue to review it, reverberating the pain with repetition or accept 'the what is'.

 

We can decide to take responsibility for the parts that are ours and release the part that is the other person's. We can also decide to confront but will have to know our expectations will need managing as we are almost surely to be disappointed.

 

In the end, we can choose to ensure, that no matter what we decide (pain or release), we are kind to ourselves. It's part of the processing and healing.

 

This is what it means to choose joy. This is what it means to focus on contentment. Acceptance is not a denial but a choice--a method of dealing with whatever unpleasantness is presented at our feet at any given moment and leaving it there.

 

E. Rodriguez y Nogueras

Thu

13

Jul

2017

A ponder

 

Separation from nature through belief, expressed in lifestyle

has produced our current state.

 

 

How's that working for us?

 

 

E. Rodriguez y Nogueras

 

Sun

12

Feb

2017

Ode to Joy

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Wed

23

Nov

2016

Old ways

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Thu

27

Oct

2016

Personify

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Mon

29

Aug

2016

Sensing

Collective consciousness is always important but feels really imperative right now. It's why energies focused on joy and compassion are much needed. Those who are happy for others. Those who stand for those who cannot. Those who are kind. Those who are compassionate. These are the thoughts and actions that we need to feed collective consciousness.

 

It's an intense time for all. Seems like we are all a bit more real--whether that real becomes something savage we use against each other or something compassionate depends on the majority of hearts and minds.

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Sat

30

Jul

2016

Infused

Imagine what can happen if, for a mere 5 minutes a day,

we all saw the world infused in love.

Imagine...

 

E. Rodriguez y Nogueras

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Thu

23

Jun

2016

Rejuvenate

Whether it's a weed pushing away cement or the intricate bark of a tree or the invigorating blue of a sky, take a minute to observe. Taking time each day to absorb a little bit of the natural world around us is rejuvenating.

 

E. Rodriguez y Nogueras

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Mon

30

May

2016

Responsibility

One of the hardest things to accept is our responsibility to our emotions and

our reactions. If we are told that we made someone feel a certain way,

be aware that their emotions or responses are not our responsibility.

Be aware, the opposite is also true.

 

E. Rodriguez y Nogueras

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Tue

26

Apr

2016

Collective kindness

Visualize this world wrapped in a cloud of caring and kindness. The world needs healers to envelope it in love. If all of us do it daily and we all keep asking other people to do so, we can shift, as a collective, much that is not in alignment on this earth and with our higher selves.

 

E. Rodriguez y Nogueras

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Tue

15

Mar

2016

Quantum thoughts

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Wed

17

Feb

2016

Staying young

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Wed

03

Feb

2016

Power of self-worth

I think so many women don't realize the power we have in making the world a better place. We have been taught and trained to base our self-worth on 'getting' a man so we focus on pleasing men rather than challenging them. We put up with less than their best because we think it's the best we can do and we're just lucky to 'have' a man. I'm realizing I'd rather focus on my own growth work and supporting others in theirs than try to "save" any man or waste my precious time and energy on one that isn't choosing to wake up. There is no point spending much time with a man (let alone opening my heart and body to one) that isn't standing in his integrity and aligning with his highest purpose or at least doing the work to get there.

 

Robyn Furse

Master Rapid Eye Technician/Group Facilitator/Personal Coach

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Mon

25

Jan

2016

Reflect

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Fri

22

Jan

2016

Past affecting present

What backstories do we tell ourselves daily? Let's mind our backstories.

They produce our future frontline.

 

E. Rodriguez y Nogueras

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Sat

02

Jan

2016

Moments of perception

Within our minutes, days, years, lives, we can choose to focus on what is missing or what is available. We can then choose how to feel about either one. If there is a perception of something missing, we can be hopeful that there is something to fill the gap or frustrated that the component is not there. If the perception is of having something available, we can choose to feel grateful about the abundance or frustrated that it's not enough. We choose all the levels of sentience and attitude about our minutes, days, years, lives.

 

E. Rodriguez y Nogueras

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